Nutrition analysis refers to the process of determining the nutritional contents of foods and food products, which can be performed through a variety of certified methods. Food manufacturers should provide the nutrition fact labels for food to market, and the customers can obtain accurate nutrition information to know the food quality and nutritional contents, such as the calories, protein, calcium, vitamin, water and more. To regulate the nutrition fact labels and nutritional analysis, there are various methods for nutritional analysis in accordance to regulations and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) labeling laws.
Nutritional Analysis at Creative Protemics
Based on the extensive nutritional analysis experience, we are able to test products for multiple components comprising of more than 56,000 food ingredients and approximately 2,000 nutritional supplements, including but not limited to:
|Nutrition can be analyzed at Creative Proteomics|
|15||Organic acids analysis: citric, lactic, malic, etc.|
|16||Additives analysis: antioxidants, preservatives, sweeteners, etc.|
|17||Carbohydrates analysis: inulin, sugars, starch, polysaccharides, polyols, etc.|
|18||Fat analysis: omega 3, omega 6, trans fats, saturated / monounsaturated / polyunsaturated fats, etc.|
Based on the extensive database and food science experience for nutritional analysis, Creative Proteomics offers both food lab analysis and database analysis methods for nutritional analysis in accordance to regulations and FDA labeling laws.
Creative Proteomics can provide various techniques for nutritional analysis, and our nutritional analysis can be used for virtually any food type analysis to meet various requirements, such as general nutritional labeling needs, validating manufacturer/supplier nutritional information and more. Please contact us to find out more about our services. We look forward to working with you in the future.
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